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by a new movement to break-up the bible's most famous couple. npr's steve inskeep explains. >> for many evangelicals, a historical adam and eve is a critical part of their theology, but now some conservative religious scholars are saying publically that they can no longer believe it. >> stephen: no adam and eve? no apple? no tasteful leaf thongs? and all because these so-called conservative scientists say "there is no way we can be traced back to a single couple...given the genetic variation of people today." oh, the genetic variation needs more than two people? fine, they had a freaky three-way with the snake. [laughter] that would explain the genetic variation of james carville. [laughter] [cheers and applause] so i'm issuing a wag of my finger at evangelicalç scientists. real christians like president of southern baptist theological seminary albert mohler, know what's at stake here. >> when adam sinned, he sinned for us and it's that very sinfulness that sets up our understanding of our need for a savior. without adam, the work of christ makes no sense whatsoever. >> stephen: exact
-to-, gretchen hot carlson and of course steve doocy. (applause) lav (laughter) laugh steve doocy. >> anyway, that was very unprofessional, around son pooper. (laughter) munch ma quchi, we'll be right back. vo: this week at old navy. all famous jeans on sale! mom gets jeans for fifteen dollars! kids get jeans for ten. and will dad finally get a new pair... of jeans? it's our lowest price! all famous jeans fifteen dollars, kids ten. sale ends wednesday! only at old navy! >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight was once the world's most wanted hacker. he'll never get my password it's-- (laughter) please welcome kevin mitnick. (applause) >> thanks for coming on. great to meet you. >> great to meet you too. >> you sir were once considered the world's most famous hacker. the most wanted man in computer crime. correct? >> yes. >> okay. you are a consultant now but at one time you were, let's see, you bypassed the security systems of motorola, sun microsystems and pacific bell. >> yes, i did. >> you served jail time for this. how much. >> five years. >> five years. >> and a year in so
seem benign, but iowa republican steve king knows the the elle nazis are up to something sinister. >> they've called it "preventative medicine." well, if you apply that preventative medicine universally, what you end up with is you've prevented a generation. >> stephen: exactly. americans only have children by accident. it's clearly hard to imagine anyone having steve king on purpose. i mean, free birth control... [applause] free birth control will wipe out the american race. that's what wiped out the dinosaurs. a bowl of free condoms. so i don't know how the t-rex got them on. [applause] [laughter] folks, i'm angry. folks, this plan is not just the end of humanity. it is the end of decency. as explained by outraged blonde fox lady. >> why in the world would you encourage your daughters and your granddaughters and whoever else comes behind you to have unrestricted, unlimited sex any time, anywhere? >> stephen: yeah. why? because hickory smoked lady and i know that if we give your daughters and granddaughters access to birth control, they will instantly turn into wanton hard lets w
how's your sundae shake, steve? delicious. i'd really love to try it. it's human food. [ male announcer ] the new sippable turtle shake, made with real ice cream, caramel, chocolate, and nuts. sonic sundae shakes. it's good to be human. >> jon: that's our show. join us tomorrow night at 11:00. here it is your moment of zen. >> it doesn't matter if hulk hogan is body slamming youth like i did with andre the giant but at the end of the day we need to grab these kids and shake them and say "stop it. look at yourself in the mirror. is this what you want? >> stephen: tonight, record temperatures sweep the heartland. if you can't stand the heat, go in the kitchen, get a nice cold drink. (laughter) can the internet make us better human beings? judging from youtube comments no. and you're gay. (laughter) my guests tonight are legendary rockers the cars. at today's gas prices, i don't want to know what what this is costing me. (laughter) captain morgan's ship has been found. if it's anything like the drink, it doesn't know what happened to it, either. (laughter) this is "the colbert re
there is a little weirdness. >> steve: people are allowed to have costume parades. >> yes. >> stephen: people spend the night at your house, is that true? occasionally. okay is this a cult? are you dear leader father of a krult? do you have child brides? how much control do you have over those people? >> that's why we came up with our list of ten corps values. if you do a google list you can see what they are and it's not myself out there hiring people. it's actually everyone in the company knows what the corps values are. and they help, they make the business decisions based on the corps values in terms of what is right for the company and customers. >> stephen: the tphoerbgts says at times mr. hsieh comes across as an alien who has stud you'd human beings in order to live among them. [laughter] >> it is partially true. >> stephen: are we making news right now? >> tonight on this show i'm -- no, actually in delivering happiness there's a section that talks about the science of happiness. that's actually a really interesting part of psychology that i started reading up there's a lot of interesting
warming. steve doocy, drop some science on him. >> while there's no disputing the fact that the earth is getting a little warmer, the big question is, is it man made or is it just one of those gigantic climactic phases that we're going through? for a while we're cold and then we get warmer and then we get colder and warmer. which one is it? >> stephen: yeah, make up your mind, scientists? (laughter) do you believe in the conclusions you've reached from decades of peer-er are view study or, you know, the wavy arm thing. it goes like this, then like that, then like that. (applause) then like that, then like that. (applause) makes no sense. come to think of it, this isn't the only thing spongebob pushes as fact. for instance, he lives in a pineapple under the sea? he's a fry cook! (laughter) the most he could afford is a studio grape. (laughter) nation, these days, you know, we live in a 24/7 connected society that's getting so busy it may soon upgrade to 25, 8. (laughter) which is great news. because we are the sum total of our experiences and thanks to all this technology we're having
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